|Hard Waste Verge Collection|
We provide two hard waste verge collections per year.
Please think of others and do not put anything on verges outside of collection dates. Waste left on the verge can be unsightly or hazardous.
Any waste left on the verge outside collection dates MUST BE REMOVED IMMEDIATELY or you may incur a litter infringement notice.
Remember, do NOT put out any prunings or garden waste – these will be collected on a different date.
To view all of your waste collection dates:
2. Click on this icon
3. Accept and continue the Important Information panel.
4. Click on the House Search tab at the bottom of the screen, enter your address details and click SEARCH.
All of your waste collection details will appear in the right side of the screen including:
1. Hard and Green Waste Verge collections
2. Weekly waste and recycling day collection.
Please make sure your junk is out for collection by 6.30am on the first day of the week of collection. Place items neatly on verge without obstructing the footpath.
To avoid damage caused by the loader, do not place items on top of sprinklers or against fences.
We will only remove:
We will not remove:
We will only remove up to ONE STANDARD TRAILER load of hard waste from each property.
Your co-operation is greatly appreciated, not only by us, but also by your neighbours.
For any further information, please contact Waste Services on 9231 0716.
Only tree and shrub prunings that comply with the following will be removed:
Stack tree and shrub prunings neatly on the street verge with the cut ends facing the street.
The following will NOT be removed:
Please Note: The City does not have any arrangements with commercial contractors. Where residents choose to utilise the services of commercial contractors, it is the resident’s responsibility to ensure they comply with the requirements of a green waste collection.
Note: Hard Waste will not be collected as part of a Green Waste collection. This will be collected via the Hard Waste collections only.
Donate unwanted goods to charity:
To find out more about how to donate you unwanted goods to local charity visit the website http://giv.org.au